Hotel giant Accor has announced the disposal of Orbis, restructuring of Mövenpick hotels’ lease portfolio and a €1 billion shareholder return program as it completes a long-term overhaul of its operations.
Accor has further increased its footprint in the central Queensland market having acquired a franchise agreement with Mandala Asset Solutions for their recently purchased Mackay Marina Hotel.
Accor and Arora Group have announced the signing of a prestigious luxury hotel, Fairmont Windsor Park. The hotel is currently undergoing a substantial multi-million-pound redevelopment and is set to open in the second half of 2020.
Set amid 18 hectares of lush tropical flora and fauna on the Gaafu Alifu Atoll, Pullman Maldives Maamutaa Resort has opened its doors as the first Pullman property in the Maldives.
Accor has signed a landmark agreement to debut MGallery, its boutique experience-led hotel brand, in Saudi Arabia’s premier heritage destination, Al Ula.
The iconic hotel marked the start of a new chapter with a traditional lion dance ritual, followed by a commemorative ribbon cutting ceremony. The hotel is owned by Qatar-based Katara Hospitality and managed by Accor.
A $30 million investment to transform an existing property into a brand-new Pullman hotel, the first for Melbourne’s central business district, has been officially unveiled.
Accor will unveil 13 new ibis budget hotels in Singapore after inking a deal with Global Premium Hotels. The hotels, rebranded from existing Fragrance hotels, will be progressively available for booking through the company’s distribution network commencing from this month.
Molitor has appointed Laura Cuinier to the role of director of sales. She brings extensive sales experience with a focus on MICE, leisure and corporate clients, and business development with a particular focus on the UK, French and US markets.
Molitor opened its doors in 1929 and became an iconic Parisian property, primarily thanks to its 60-year reign as the most popular swimming pool in the city. Now beginning a new life as part of MGallery, Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole calls in to see what has changed